Seen & Heard: Opening Date for Graffiti Earth Restaurant

••• Graffiti Earth, the reboot of what used to be Mehtaphor, opens May 12. Speaking of the Duane Street Hotel, the plywood is down. That’s metal mesh.

Duane Street Hotel••• Good stuff from Current, the new indoor rowing studio on Church: “For every class purchased through May 9, Current will donate $10 to the American Heart Association—just mention the AHA when you come to class. Plus, an AHA sponsor is matching whatever is raised, so $20.00 will be donated!”

••• Flyers posted at Franklin and Cortlandt Alley for “Barry,” about young Barack Obama, shooting on Monday.

••• 443 Greenwich appears to be getting revealed. Handsome stuff.

443 Greenwich••• Pirch is opening a showroom at the northwest corner of Lafayette and Broome; Planet Blue is opening a store at the southeast corner. Pirch “offers an elevated, highly interactive shopping experience dedicated to realizing the dreams you have for your home. Come and discover our fully-functional kitchen, bath and outdoor living products—from refrigerators, ovens, ranges and grills to hot-and-cold running showers, spas, basins and baths.” Planet Blue is “an international specialty designer and retailer that is redefining the world of boho-chic.”

Pirch NYC Planet Blue NYC••• The conversion of 391 Broadway appears to be on hold while the owner looks to sell it. From the listing: “The current developer has been renovating the property over the past two years, and is only approx. 6 months away from completion. The property is undergoing a complete gut renovation and conversion to floor-through residential condos, each with a private keyed elevator entry.” The asking price is $21 million; back in 2012, there were plans to add five stories.

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